Wildflower Report for Tom McCall Nature Preserve

LocationTom McCall Nature Preserve
Date05/24/2008
ReporterVictor von Salza
E-mailvictor@vonsalza.com
Web sitehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/victorvonsalza/
CommentsIn the area between the viewpoint and below the first bluff, before you get to the sign and first switch back. Balsamroot still blooming, although many Balsamroot have begun to drop their petals. Lupines still blooming, mostly shades of blue, but also saw one white/albino one too. Bi-Colored Cluster Lilies and blue cornflower stalks scattered about. Bare-stem Desert Parsleys either just before or after blooming. Nice seed heads have formed on the now past bloom yellow and pink Desert Parsleys. A lot of poison oak with bloom along the trail and on the bluffs below the trail. :-( Down in the curves below the viewpoint saw some pale light blue Ceanothus blooming and some very nice patches of purple vetch.
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